John Tesh: Intelligence for Your Life

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Why Do Cats Like Boxes?

Why do cats like boxes so much? When you can’t find your cat, you can pretty much guess they’re hanging out in a discarded Amazon box, a shopping bag, the laundry basket, or an empty suitcase that’s lying around. So why is that? It’s an instinctual behavior. For wild cats, an enclosed space lets them hide from predators, or secretly …

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Animals Are Great Therapists

Don’t be surprised if your next therapist has four legs, instead of two. Because there’s new evidence that interactions with animals can help improve mental health, even for people with serious disorders. Here’s a look at what animals can do for us: First: Horses. They’ve been used in medical treatment in Europe since the 1860s. And just being around horses, …

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Star Pet Of The Week – March 8, 2019

Simba sure enjoys unrolling your toilet paper! He’s so cute. Thank you Lulu for submitting the hilariously adorable video. Want your pet to be our next Star Pet Of The Week? Upload your adorable, quirky, lovable, funny pet videos to http://TeshVideos.com We’ll feature the best ones on https://Facebook.com/johntesh, https://instagram.com/johntesh_ifyl and here on https://Tesh.com each week!

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Darken Your Bedroom For Better Sleep

It may be time to buy blackout shades for your home – especially if you live on a well-lit street or in a busy part of town. Because the light from street lamps can really mess with our sleep. The research was conducted by sleep scientist Dr. Maurice Ohayon, from Stanford. His research spanned 8 years and involved 15,000 people. …

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The Difference Between Cat People & Dog People

There IS a difference between “cat people” and “dog people.” According to new research, from Carroll University in Wisconsin, our pet preference is closely tied to fundamental parts of our personality. Here's what they found: Just like their pets, dog lovers tend to have more energy and a more outgoing personality than people who prefer cats. However, despite the fact …

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Can Dogs Watch TV?

When your dog is cuddled up next to you on the couch, watching TV right along with you, what is she actually seeing? Well, scientists say they aren't exactly seeing what we’re seeing. For one, some dogs don't even care, because they aren't sight-oriented… Like hounds and other hunting breeds. They’re scent-oriented, so they aren’t as transfixed by the flickering …

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Star Pet Of The Week – March 1, 2019

Watch this dachshund swim! We bet you’ve never seen a dog do THIS trick. Thanks for submitting the awesome video RebeccaBondNichols. Want your pet to be our next Star Pet Of The Week? Upload your adorable, quirky, lovable, funny pet videos to http://TeshVideos.com We’ll feature the best ones on https://Facebook.com/johntesh, https://instagram.com/johntesh_ifyl and here on https://Tesh.com each week!

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Try This Technique To Fall Asleep And Stay Asleep

Falling asleep and staying asleep becomes more difficult as we age. Plus, as you know, a lack of sleep can contribute to weight gain and increasing the risk of Type 2 diabetes – because it disrupts how we regulate blood sugar. A prolonged lack of sleep can also affect our cognitive function and increase stress hormone levels that raise blood …

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Best Way To Extend Your Pet’s Life!

If you want your dog to live as long as possible – and who doesn’t – stop feeding them table scraps and watch their weight! Research from the University of Liverpool looked at the life spans of 50-thousand dogs in the US over a 10-year span. The dogs were from the top 12 most popular breeds, including Labs, Golden retrievers, …

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Human Medications NOT For Pets:

Be careful giving your dog human medications. According to a survey, one in three pet owners have done just that to avoid paying a vet for a checkup and medication. But dosing your pet with human medication can be really dangerous. Veterinarian Dr. Kara Osterbur says, even if the medication itself isn’t harmful, you may unintentionally overdose your pet. For …

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